Indulging in traditional skills
Writer: Lin Jianping | Editor: Zhang Chanwen | From: Shenzhen Daily | Updated: 2023-12-01
An activity was held Wednesday night to showcase a diverse range of intangible cultural heritages in OH Bay in Bao’an District. Shenzhen was chosen as one of the cities in 2020 to pilot a national program, which encourages intangible cultural heritage inheritors to introduce their skills in local residential communities and schools.
A spectator has a try at kylin dance, an intangible cultural heritage, during an activity showcasing a diverse range of intangible cultural heritages in OH Bay in Bao’an District on Wednesday night. Photos by Lin Jianping
Visitors join activities showcasing intangible cultural heritages in OH Bay.
Fish lanterns are on show.
A performer presents dragon lantern show.
Visitors are attracted by paper cutting artworks.
An intangible cultural heritage inheritor paints on snuff bottles.
Fish lantern dance is presented.
A visitor tries traditional Chinses head massage.
Visitors learn to make clay figurines.